EL ANATSUI: GLI (WALL)

Sculptor El Anatsui speaks of his Rice Gallery installation, Gli (Wall). This piece uses bottle caps and other unconventional materials to challenge the human eye using translucent barriers. This piece shows how how boundaries are capable of being revealing. This video documents El Anatsuis residency at Rice Gallery from January 19 30, 2010, when Anatsui and a team of assistants installed Gli. | Copyright: Rice Gallery

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